Dalmatian sites are a treat for nature lovers, history admirers, and urban explorers. Dubrovnik Old City, Diocletian Palace in Split, Sea Organ in Zadar, Plitvice Lakes and Krka National Park — these super famous locations in Croatia are probably on the top of everyone’s “to-visit” list. Indeed, they are beautiful, but some less known spots are equally enchanting, and seeing them will definitely be an experience to remember!
Enchanting Christmas market, a fairy-tale estate with 2 million lights, and ice-skating next to the Adriatic — welcome to Croatia during Christmas time.
Learn all about the wonderful mix of modern and classic Christmas customs.
This high-quality ingredient will make your ordinary dish fancier, healthier and more delicious!
You have to try these healthy and delicious Dalmatian meals! While visiting Dalmatia, you’ll soon realise that locals are very passionate about their food or marenda. It’s pretty common to start the day by discussing which ingredients to pick up at the local market and what to cook. If you’re a lover of healthy and fresh food, this cuisine will grow on you, too. Check out the most popular meals Dalmatians love to practice their cooking skills on!